Kanye West interrupts communication with Kim Kardashian

Kanye West interrupts communication with Kim Kardashian


Though their split was described as “amicable,” Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are reportedly not on speaking terms.

Sources tell Page Six that Kanye had to stop direct contact with Kim even before she had filed for divorce last month. Kanye reportedly changed all his phone numbers and told his soon-to-be ex-wife, “You can contact me through my security.” But despite their lack of communication, insiders say the 2 are still co-parenting their four children, North, 7; Saint, 5; Chicago, 3; and Psalm, 1.

According to the outlet, Kanye regularly visits their kids at the Southern California home while Kim is away—an arrangement they need both prescribed.

“She trusts him around the kids. He loves them and is seeing tons of them,” the source claimed. “She leaves the house and he arrives and hangs out with the youngsters. they need a military of nannies therefore the transition is straightforward.

The insider’s claims are right in line with a previous People report, which detailed Kanye and Kim’s alleged co-parenting strategy. A source told the magazine Kanye will spend time together with his kids with a nanny present but has requested Kim’s absence during that point.

“Kim has made it clear that Kanye can ask his children anytime he wants,” the source said. “She has never threatened to stay him from the youngsters. She only requires that he’s not getting to damage them. She knows he loves them, and that they love him. Kanye can FaceTime the youngsters anytime he wants. Kim filed for divorce last month, after nearly seven years of marriage. It’s reported that Kanye has been having a troublesome time amid the separation but has found comfort together with his children.

“The divorce has been difficult for him, but knowing that he has access to his little ones and has split custody is making the transition easier,” another source said. “… Kanye has hope that they’re going to reconcile, but he’s not expecting that within the immediate future.